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COLORADO COLLEGE 

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO 
1975-1976 






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REGISTRATION 




Left: President Lloyd Worner 
Below: Mark Norris 



Below: Kenneth Burton and 
Mark Norris 




Above: Wilbur Wright and Richard Hilt 



"Beginning of the Year" 



Below: Pat Beatty and Nancy Baxter 




"Freshman 
Olympics" 



Left: Patty Ungar, Sandy Amato, 
Maggie Atkinson 





Left: Peri Kettler 

Above: CC Players in "The Trojan Women' 



Mark McConnell, Doug Jewell 




Above: Karl Soderstrom 

Left: Ann Hamilton, Peri Kettler, Polly 

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Theatre 
Workshop 




Trivia 
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Above: 1976 Trivia Bowl 
Right: Malcolm Person 





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Above: Nick Bonneville of 'Gone Johnson 
Right: Merle Watson 



Below: City Limits Bluegrass Band 
Right: Hosanna 




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Right: Benjamin's Basement 
Below: Malcolm Persen and 
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FOOTBALL 



The 1975 season was one of the very best ever for C.C. 
football. The Tigers racked up an impressive record in season 
play, and went on to the NCAA round one playoffs in Divi- 
sion 3. The playoff game was an interesting blend of two 
styles of football, pitting the single wing offense, and the run 
oriented game that C.C. plays against the traditional passing 
game of the southern school. Millsaps College, the Tiger's 
rival in the playoff game, relied heavily on the arm of their 
quarterback, Ricky Haygood, who led the Majors to a close 
28-21 victory over the Tigers. It was perhaps the finest foot- 
ball game that Washburn field has seen in many years. In 
regular season play, CC fans watched the Tigers roll over op- 
ponents by very large scores, destroying nearly every team 
they played on their home field. It was a very impressive 
season, with fine performances from seniors Mark 
Buchanan, Frank Buchanan, Tom Benson, Mark Preuss, Rich 
McDermott, Mike Hubbard, Terry Johnson, Tony Euser, 
Mark Huvard, Steve Brown. The team will miss these players 
next year, but Coaches Carle, DeGeorge, Eastlack, Lear, 
Baker, and Haley are looking forward to another good 
season. 



Right: Mike Schweitzer 





Left: Mark Buchanan 

Right: Tom Ridgeway and the defensive team 




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Left: McGregor Fans 

Inside: "The Baby Bull;" - Paul 

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Below: Mark Buchanan, Quinn 

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Left: Greg VanSchaak 

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Below: Bruce Petterson, Brad Turner 
Right: Pablo Lorca 




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Above: George Jackson, Tom Lee 
Right: Tom Lee 



Inside: Kornel Simons 
Left: Bob Shook 




Above: John 
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Right: Dean Magee 




Left: Coach Jeff Sauer 

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Upper Left: Craig Silverman, Brad 
Burghart, Rick Lopez, John Traeger 
Lower Left: Brad Burghart, Brad Frye 
Right: Brad Burghart 




Left: Terry Hoadley 

Below: Russ Reitinger, Terry Brennan, 

John Traeger, Terry Hoadley 



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Women's 
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Above: Debbie Jones 



Above: Lisa Sandstrom 



Ski 
Team 




The Colorado College Ski Team schussed into its 
most successful season as it brought home the Cen- 
tral Intercollegiate Alpine League's (CIAL) first place 
men's title allowing it to compete in the NCAA 
Regional Championship. Mike Adams, professional 
B-circuit racer and Salomon Test Team member, 
coached the triumphant Tigers. Leading the Tigers 
was Fred 'Wonder' Weiner who captured both the 
CIAL Men's Slalom and Giant Slalom first place 
award, with Steve 'Cruncher' Simasko right behind. 
Co-captains Steve 'Oral' Roberts and Chuck 
'Chocolate' Watts added strength to the dynamic 
team. The women skiers again raced successfully 
with Jan 'watch out for that tree' Rosenfeld as the 
leader. Using logistics knowledge surpassing any 
Pentagon strategist, Leap'n Lee Abram got the win- 
ning racers to every meet. The CC racers hope for 
another successful year as they battle against their 
rivals. 



Left: Steve "Oral" Roberts 



Above: Fred Weiner 
Right: Ellen Burton 





Above: Sue Lyon and Randy 

Barton 

Ribht: Sue Lyon, Tony Frasca 

and Kim Kensinger 




Left: Most of the Golf 
Team — Dave Delich, Ted Warner, 
Craig Silverman and Rob LeVine 
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Baseball 



Left: Terry Swenson. Below: C. C. Fan 




Above: Coach Tony Frasca and 
Wayne Holmes 
Inside: Harry Mosco 
Right: Craig Zoellner 





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Above: Jon Lavoie 



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Above: Scrummies 

Left: Kevin Kinney and Tom "T-Bone' 

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Below: The C.C. Women's Hockey Team, with Coach 

Tony Frasca 

Right: Julie Dorn 

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Ice Hockey is a very important part of life at 
Colorado College. All may not enjoy the game, but 
in some way, all are touched by it. For the past four 
years, Eddie Mio has been an outstanding asset to 
the CC hockey team, and one of the best college 
goalies in the nation. This page is dedicated to Eddie 
Mio, as a very small token of our thanks for the 
superb job that he has done for the past four years, 
with wishes for the very best in his career, and the 
years to come. Thanks Eddie! 

Thanks also to the other graduating seniors, 
Walt Bush, Ed Jenkins, and Lynn Olson, for their ef- 
forts, and sacrifice, so that the CC hockey team 
might become what it has been for the past several 
years, with two of the best seasons that CC has had 
for over a decade. 



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PEOPLE 







Sigma Chi 




Kappa 
Sigma 



John Troubh and Rob Levine 



Front to back: P. West, D. Twombly, R. Weisman, R. 
Cooper, H. Blacock, B. Bradley, T. Leyden, R. McDermott, 
S. Pullara, D. Hanson, D. Traub, F. Buchanan, R. Blaik, J. 
Lavoie, M. Hubbard, M. Krutsch, T. Euser, J. Haire, L. 




Abram, L. Hayne, T. Berridge, J. Burke, T. Johnson, S. 
Greco, J. Moulton, R. Leenhouts, J. Moulton, D. Kasser- 
man, M. Buchanan, P. Lautman, T. Gentsch, R. Levine, G. 
Nickerson, P. Lelong, J. Grout. 



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The Kappa Sigs had a busy year participating in in- 
tramural sports and helping with IFC-Panhell 
philanthropy projects. 

The highlights of their numerous social events in- 
cluded the all Colorado Kappa Sig party held at DU in the 
fall, the Spring Mountain party, Winter Formal, and 
Pledge Formal. 

The seventeen member pledge class will have a hard 
time replacing the large senior class of sixteen — Tom Ben- 
son, Steve Brown, Frank Buchanan, M. Buchanan, Ed 
Budd, Tony Euser, John Grout, Jim Haire, Jim Holder, 
Mike Hubbard, Terry Johnson, Rich McDermott, Paul 
McHugh, Dennis Melton, Mark Meyer, Ted Warner, and 
Rob White. 




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Andy Baker 

Front to back: A. Aigner, J. Houlton, B. Bransky, B. Eppel, T. 
Keeling, F. Dale, A. Schaefer, T. Creigh, J. Truettner, K. Pantzer, 
S. Cole, J. Owens, D. Patrick, T. Earnshaw, R. Fox. D. Guerreri, 
G. Collins, R. Franklyn, D. Andrews, D. Buck, B. Rhoades, S. 



This year for community service the Betas 
worked on clean-up program for the Helen 
Hunt Trail. They also participated actively in 
work for Chins-up. 

The house prides itself on sponsoring the 
"biggest and best" parties on campus. 

The Betas are losing six graduating 
seniors — Reg Francklyn, Thomas Keeling, Keith 
McCaw, Fritz Schaeffer, Dick Tickle, and Evan 
Weiner. 



Muellich, P. Allen, T. Hall, R. Pack, M. Boylston, M. Small, D. 
Maner, A. Raymond, A. Baker. Not pictured: R. Barker, T. Dia- 
mond, F. Lind, D. Tickle, K. McCaw, F. Schaeffer, E. Weiner, S. 
Allan, M. Heider, j. Clarke, P. Oatman. 







Phi 

Delta 

Theta 




Chip McCrory 







Front to back: F. Romero, S. Sullivan, B. McManus, R. Hevey, 
L. Beidle, F. Gysi, G. Wadas, C. McCrory. J. Miller, K. Hunter' 
J. Johnston, G. Martz, C. Streamer, D. Nelson, T. Duggan, L. 
Hayne. J. Small, M. Stephenson, J. Wengrovius, J. Reed, D. 
Feil, S. Collett, D. Conkey, C. Allison, G. Heyman, P. Ahern, 
L. Olsen, D. Banks, M. Brennan, B. Bracken, D. Capek, E. 
Freeman, M. Garcia, E. Hammond, L. MacLeod, D. Caldwell, 
B. Matayoshi, D. Cowen, T. Blickensderfer, K. Shroyer, Not 



I. Blickensderfer, F. Bowman, 
Demmer, D. Fennerty, D. 



Pictured: A. Anders, M. Bird, 
N. Calonge, C. Dalton, R. .. 
Florsheim, T. Gander, P. Genty, D. Gering, D. Guglielamo, P. 
Holmes, C. Holub, J. Howe, J. Indeck, H. Kellogg, R. 
Kilbride, D. Kirth, G. Leisure, R. Leisure, L. Lutz, C. Markel, 
T. McKenzie, G. Oakes, G. Piper, S. Ruth, B. Sheldon, B. 
Shiflett, C. Thomas, J. Thompson, M. Walsh, R. Watt, P. Yan- 
nias. 




This year the Phi Delts held their seventh annual 50's party 
which featured the Hi Phis III with their song and dance 
routine. 

This high points of the year included the Christmas party, 
Pledge formal and an Initiation Party. 

Spending the day at Frontier Boys Village participating in 
organized activities with the boys and helping to landscape a 
hill at Stewart field were two of the community service projects 
for the year. 

Seventeen new members will replace the twenty-eight 
graduating seniors: Chuck Allison, Alpha Anders, Larry Beidle, 
Mitch Bird, Frank Bowman, Steve Collett, Tim Duggan, Dave 
Feil, Fred Gysi, Elton Hammond, Lloyd Hayne, Rob Hevey, Paul 
Holmes, John Howe, Howie Kellogg, Glenn Leisure, Roy 
Leisure, Larry Levenson, Lee MacLeod, Chip McCrory, Bob 
McManus, Don Nelson, Greg Oakes, Gerry Piper, Jim Small, 
Chuck Streamer, Chris Thomas, and Joe Thompson. 




Kirk Hoffman and Stu Rifkin 



The Fijis were very active athletically this year and were 
well represented on many of the CC teams. 

This was one of the most active years for the house in 
the area of community service. They worked with the local 
old age benefit organization, the Silver Key and also with the 
Boys' club. In addition a family of 6 boys, ranging in age from 
seven to fifteen was adopted by the house. 

In April, the Fijis held their alumni affair, the annual 
Norris Pig Dinner. Numerous other social events completed 
this year's full calendar. 

Rush was successful and the Fijis added twenty new 
members to their ranks. Missing next year will be graduating 
seniors: Sam Anderson, Ross Armour, Jim Deichen, Bruce 
Edwards, David Hughes, Kevin Kinney, Al Mehl, Dale Mehl, 
Hank Otto, Ken Pettine, Mark Preuss, Fred Stang and Bruce 
Winder. 





Phi 

Gamma 

Delta 



Kirk Sullivan, Robin Meili, Mike Rosenthal, Dave McDermott, Rich Lopez 




Front to back: T. Hoffman, J. Balderston, R. Dennison, T. 
Hall, S. Anderson, G. Thomas, G. Van Schaak, J. Hibben, W. 
Holmes, M. Straub, F. Stang, J. Traeger, M. Frasca, K. Pettine, 
T. Hoadley, M. Preuss. J. Lowry, C. Moore, M. Ernest, R. 
Lopez, B. Winder, K. Sullivan, K. Hoffman, T. Anderson, C. 



Zoellner, S. Hubbel, G. Harpel, S. Supperstein, R. Armour, A. 
Mehl. B. Burghart, D. Adams, J. Lovett, H. Otto, K. Kinney, E. 
Hermann, T. Beckmann, M. Rosenthal, B. Poole, T. Barth, M. 
Gerlach. 



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On May 8, 1976 the Colorado College Panhellenic . 
Council, aided by the entire CC student body joined the |L 
community in sponsoring the 1976 Colorado Springs Special 
Olympics. The participating athletes represented 12 schools 
and agencies throughout the Colorado Springs area. 

Ell ie Milroy served as the host Chairwoman for the 
games which were held on Washburn Field. 



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Gamma Phi Beta 







Front to back: F. Matsukage, L. Bradley, J. Schneider, A. Woodward, T. Bond, L. Wright, K. 
Burchett. M. Batson, C. Hand, M. Dickinson, V. Robertson, L. Ranada, A. Stone, P. Haag, C. Stott, 
M. McNeely, P. Freudenburg, S. Gaskill, J. Montgomery, L. Ribnik, L. Hart, D. Jones, B. Coulson, 
N. Giffin, P. Pflug, A. Ladenson. L. Radetsky, D. Gregory, S. Cox, G. Stayton, D. Robert, J. Reddan, 
S. Moffett, V. Weitzel, C. Olsen. 




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The highlight of the year for the Gamma 
Phi's was fall rush; the house took in sixteen 
pledges. There was a total of twenty-one 
pledges this year. 

This year's activities included: A speaker 
from the Colorado Springs Association for 
Retarded Citizens, an Alumni-Active pumpkin 
carving party for Halloween, a Rummage sale 
and an Art show. There were also two formals 
this year. 

Next year the house will be missing 
graduating seniors: Betsy Coulson, Sally 
Gaskill, Nell Griffin, Linda Hart, Debbie Jones, 
Ann Ladenson, Julie Montgomery, Patty Pflug, 
Charli Presti, Linda Ribnik, and Jody Van Valen. 




Anne Woodward 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 



The Kappas had a busy year. Each class worked on a 
philanthropy project in conjunction with the local Cancer 
Society, the house philanthropy. 

Alumni/faculty parties were held at Christmas, 
Halloween and Easter. 

There were also two formals this year in addition to a 
variety of other social activities. 

The Kappas took in a total of nineteen new pledges this 
year. Next year the Kappa house will be minus this year's six- 
teen graduating seniors: Mette Brogden, Nan Curtis, Kim 
Davies, Twila Gibbens, Ann Hamilton, Lisa Harris, Windy 
Hartman, Susan Kelly, Linda McEncroe, Kate McGee, Nancy 
Nelson, Connie O'Connell, Deb Smith, Kathy Vigil, Nancy 
Zellerbach and Trish Brown. 




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Front to Back: J. Hancock, R. Borra, D. Fricke, W. Eiseman, 
M. Borra, D. Carlson, D. Parks, P. Lovett, M. Borowski, D. 
Smith, J. Young. S. Honnen, D. McGinty, N. Nelson, C. 
Ferrari, N. Zellerbach, T. Gibbens, S. Kelly, S. Severson, C. 
Nelson, S. Grigsby, A. Hallock, S. Smith, C. McCall, K. Swan, 

Diane McGinty 



N. Noah, M. Ferguson, E. Burton, S. Davis, J. Jeurink, K. King, 
C. Craig, M. Thompson, L. McEncroe, C. Winkler, A. 
Hamilton, C. Chalfant, T. Brown, N. Vine, K. Vigil, L. Welty, 
N. O'Malley, M. Brogden, S. Severa, S. Anderson, K. 
Halberg. 




Kappa Alpha Theta 



The Thetas had a busy year. Fall rush was successful, ad- 
ding 24 new members to the house. An additional six pledges 
joined the house in the spring. 

Community service programs included giving a 
Thanksgiving basket to a needy family, a Valentine's Day card 
party for the Deaf and Blind School, and a day of kite flying 
with the CC Volunteer Action group. Social activities in- 
cluded two formals, the Christmas dance and Kite and Key. 

This year's graduating seniors were Leslie Call, Martha 
Carlson, Kate Dunn, Carol Friedman, Nancy Gerrie, Gail 
Headstrom, Kit Herrmann, Gail Hunter, Sue Johnson, Pam 
Keeling, Jane Lynch, Patti Maas, Nancy Small, Barbara Snow 
and Lisa Wise. 







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Moore, RIGHT: Nancy Joseph. 





Nancy Trumble, Sid Wilkins, 
Kathy Bartels, Judy Waldo, 
Susie Sell, Janet Boyd. 




S. Johnson, V. Pool, B. Schneider, J. Waldo, M. Mitchell, 
M. Carlson, N. Woodworth, L. Crout, M. Levinson, S. 
Schulte, C. Hadden, J. Combs, S. Ives, B. Snow, K. Bartels, 
S. Lyon, S. Wilkins, S. Pringle, K. Demmin, N. Trumble, N. 
Joseph, M. Shifrin, M. Eager, A. Tassock, C. Howard, K. 



Knowlton, M. Thompson, D. Lacy, K. Hermann, P. Maas, 
G. Hunter, G. Headstrom, P. Keeling, N. Chaps, L. 
Sandstrom, S. Sumner, L. Moore, S. Gates, M. Williams, L. 
Phelps, J. Boyd, L. Spence, K. Espinoza. 



Delta 
Gamma 



This year was a busy one for Delta Gamma. The house 
worked with the Deaf and Blind School, giving a craft 
sale, and parties for Halloween, Easter, St. Patrick's 
Day and Valentine. The DCs also had a Christmas par- 
ty with their alumni. 

The house took in nineteen pledges this year. 

The DG class of 1976 includes Cathie Atwood, Susie 
Barney, Gayle Behan, Jessie Bennion, Ellen Berry, 
Priscilla Castillo, Deb Chaloud, Barb Frye, Edie 
Greenlee, Barb Hicks, Sherrill Ice, Jane Kucera, Barb 
Lewis, Connie Peters, Mel Robinson, Susie Sternberg, 
Denni Ziskin, Susan Mottice, Bonnie Yocus. 




L. Rigler, K. Smith, C. Layman, K. Skilling, K. Carlson, B. 
Lewis, S. Ice, P. Yaeger, L. Johnson, M. Demmey, D. Hunt- 
singer, B. Brinkerhoff, L. Bowers, J. Long, M. Reisher, D. 
Chaloud, M. Dayton, E. Greenlee, T. Lehman, C. Capek, L. 
Schockley, T. Johnson, J. Miss, C. Peterson, P. McKenna, K. 



Lewis, R. Garrett, B. Gentry, C. Peters, P. Malowney, Mom 
Dot, D. Talbot, D. Ziskin, B. Frey, J. Hanske, S. Barney, A. 
Look, P. Castillo, S. Mottice, S. Libel, J. Kucera, A. West, E. 
Berry, J. Steward. 




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Left: Ken Pettine, Dan Mills, Doug 
Nishimoto and Tom Creigh 
Inside: Guy Humphries and Frank 
Bowman 




Above: Clark Bentley 

Left: Scott Muellich and Dave Buck 




Top Left: Rob LeVine, Anne Jewel and John Troubh 

Top Right: Nancy Zellerbach, Nancy Nelson, Lisa Harris, and 

Debbie Smith 

Center: Tom Olschner 

Above: Kim Nalen and Laura Fischer 

Right: Fritz Marks 




Above: John Troubh 



Right: John Troubh and Rob LeVine 
Below: Ken Perry and Jimmy Baker 




Below: Tim Estin, Carolyn Herter 
Right: Esther Fortunoff, Sharon For 
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Left: David McConnell 

Center: Michael Sternfeld, 

Michael Rybak and Steve 

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Below: Pete Peterson 




Left: Cooper Ashley and Charlie Weiss 



Right: Katie Sheehan 
Below: Brad Turner 




Left to Right: Clelia 
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Bradney, Alan 
Prendergast, Jay 
Hartwell 




Above: Jimmy Baker and Ken Perry 
Right: Patti and Randy Barton 



Left: Andy Baker 

Below: Kirk Sullivan, Robin Meili, Mike 

Rosenthal, Dave McDermott, Rick Lopez 




Right: Mathias 3 

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Below: David 

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Left: Leah Brasch, Dave 
Clarke, Dick Hoyt and 
Chip Collins 



Below: CC's Foreign students with Lance Haddon and 
Mariamna Soudakoff 





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Below: David Ehlers, John Stewart, and Mike 

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Inside: Heidi Van Ert 




Right: Bruce Kola 




Left: Betsy Evans, Badge Blackett and 

Katie Sheehan 

Below: Dee and Hal Howard 




Right: Susie Honnen, Pat Beat- 
ty, and Nancy Joseph 
Below: Dave Helman, Susan 
Tachau and Bob Epple 
Inside: Kathy DeShaw 



Right: 

Becky Spence 




Right: Dean Kurth, Rick Mac- 
Donald, Tom Lee and Steve Lewis 






Left: Chris French, Jerry Cot- 
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Left: Dale Hartigan 
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Right: Sherry Fortis and Esther For 
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Above: John Shonk 
Right: Joel Silverman and 
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Left: Patty Crossey and Rob Ross 
Above: Cutler Courtyard 



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The Colorado College Class of 1976 

Front Row— 11th, 12th, 13th Class Officers: Nancy Zellerbach, Susan Kelly and 

Don Miller 



CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 



BACHELOR OF ARTS 



Diane Blazer Adair, Colorado Springs 
English 

Joyce Adelle Albi, Longmont, Colorado 

Chemistry , Cum laude 
Charles Franklin Allison IV, Barrington, Illinois 

Political Science 

Jody H. Alyn, San Antonio, Texas 
Psychology 

William Howard Ames, St. Joseph, Missouri 2 * 
Mathematics, Phi Beta Kappa , Summa cum laude 

Alpha J. Anders, Colorado Springs 

Mathematics , Magna cum laude 
Gail Anderson, Charlotte, Vermont 

Art 
Margaret Decker Anderson, Colorado Springs 

Art 

Mark Frans Anderson, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Political Science, Phi Beta Kappa , Summa cum lai 

Samuel Collins Anderson, Emigrant, Montana 
History 

Cns Paul Angelos, Loveland, Colorado 
Chemistry 

Ronald Chisholm Antweiler, Evergreen, Colorado 
Geology, Phi Beta Kappa , Cum laude 

Theodore Alan Archibald, Fort Madison, Iowa* 
Business Administration 

Mary Elizabeth Arman, Grants Pass, Oregon 
Political Science , Magna cum laude 

Ross Wilton Armour, Arvada, Colorado 
Biology, Cum laude 

Cooper Stuart Ashley, Chicago, Illinois 

History 
Catherine Marion Atwood, Watertown, Connecticut 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers 

David Evan Aubrey, Westport, Connecticut* 

Art 

Kimberly A. Austin, Colorado Springs 

Biology 
James Harris Baker, White Bear Lake, Minnesota 

Biology 
Jennifer Leigh Baldwin, Piedmont, California* 

Art 
Timothy Earl Baldwin, Houston, Texas 

Chemistry 
Susan Mary Barney, Fort Collins, Colorado 

English , Magna cum laude 
James Robert Barton, Oakbrook, Illinois 

Psychology 
William Randolph Barton, Colorado Springs 

Business Administration 

Michael Baer Bechtol, Manna Del Rey, California 2 * 
History 

Gayle Behan, Tucson, Arizona 

Music 
Lawrence Richard Beidle, Cypress, California 

Anthropology 
Daniel Charles Belik, Webster Groves, Missouri 

Biology 



Deborah Ann Bennett, Birmingham, Alabama 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Jessie K. Bennion, San Marino, California 2 * 
French 

Thomas J. Benson, Aurora, Colorado 
Physics, Phi Beta Kappa 

Clark McCary Bentley, Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Economics, Phi Beta Kappa , Magna cum laude 

Geary William Bentley, Widefield, Colorado 2 
Business Administration 

Bettina Berg, New Canaan, Connecticut 2 
Psychology 

Bradford Craig Berge, Denver 2 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Ava Ellen Bennstein, Boston, Massachusetts 1 * 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Anne Randolph Berkeley, New York, New York 
Fine Arts/ Drama 

Ellen Maida Berrey, Stamford, Connecticut 
Fine Arts/ Drama 

Mary Olga Berthrong, Colorado Springs 
Art 

Paul O. Bertrand, Jr., Colorado Springs 
Anthropology 

Mitchell Peter Bird, Venice, California 
Anthropology 

Bryn Clara Bjella, Minneapolis, Minnesota 
Business Administration 

Jessie Stevenson Blackburn, Wayzata, Minnesota 
English 

Arthur Badger Blackett, Jr., Millis, Massachusetts 
English 

Sylvia F. Blaustein, Tomkins Cove, New York 2 * 
Political Science 

Randall Scott Bloomfield, Monument, Colorado 

Physics 
Cynthia Ellen Bonomo, New Canaan, Connecticut 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Frank Otto Bowman, III, Durango, Colorado 
Political Science, Cum laude 

Terese Bradt, Eureka Springs, Arkansas 1 * 

History 
Leah Florence Brasch, Denver, Colorado 

Biology 
David C. Brimlow, Clifton Park, New York 2 * 

Liberal Arts and Sciences , Cum laude 

Mette Jean Brogden, Des Moines, Iowa 
Psychology , Cum laude 

Patricia Surtees Brown, Shawnee Mission, Kansas 
Spanish, Phi Beta Kappa , Summa cum laude 

Stephen Loyd Brown, Brush, Colorado* 

Physics 
Judson L. Bruns, III, Englewood, Colorado 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Frank Richard Buchanan, Boulder, Colorado 

Business Administration 
James T. Buchanan, Denver, Colorado 

Biology , Cum laude 



in Absentia 'Degree granted as of August 8, 1975 -'Degree granted as of December 17, 1975 



Mark James Buchanan, Boulder, Colorado 
History 

Edward Carl Budd, Jr., Salida, Colorado 
Economics 

John P. Burgess, Tucker, Georgia 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa , Cum laude 

David C. Burkepile, La Junta, Colorado 
Religion 

William Albert Burkhart, 111, Colorado Springs 
Philosophy 

Scott Jordan Burley, Littleton, Colorado 
Economics , Cum laude 



Clement Dowd 
Physics 

Walter Lewis Bush 
Economics 



urton, Cincinnati, Ohio 
II, Edina, Minnesota 
Californi 



ipton. New York 



Leslie Banning Call, Beverly Hill 
Spanish 

Cynthia Coit Campbell, Southan 
Business Administration 

Margaret Risk Campbell, Avalon, California 
English , Cum laude 

William S. Carle, Colorado Springs 
History, Philosophy 

Martha Sue Carlson. Boulder, Colorado 
Art 

Priscilla Disselkoen Castillo, Olympia Fields 
Psychology 



Blanca, New Mexico 



Frank Cerno, Jr., Cc 
Political Science 

Deborah Jeanne Chaloud, Wyoming, Ohio 
Biology 

Donald P. Chamberlain, Wilton, Connecticut* 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Fantu Cheru, Colorado Springs 1 * 
Political Science 

Robbin Gerald Cohen, Cheyenne, Wyoming 
Biology 

William Eccles Coit, Portland, Oregon 
Chemistry 

Stephen Curtiss Collett, Arcadia, California 
Business Administration , Summa cum laude 

Beth Ann Conklin, Waterloo, Iowa 

Distinction in History, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa 

Naomi Elizabeth Coon, Morrison, Colorado 2 
Psychology, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cum laude 

Elizabeth Coulson, Englewood, Colorado 
Biology, Magna cum laude 

Ellen Jean Cowles, Easley, South Carolina* 
French, Phi Beta Kappa , Cum laude 



North Hollywood, California 
Colorado* 



Kevin Gerard John Cremin, 
History , Cum laude 

Ravmond L Crouse, Wrav, 
Art 

Nancy L. Curtis, Hinsdale, Illinois 
Geology 

Robert Paul Daniel, Grand Junction, Colorado* 
History/Philosophy 

Andrew Benjamin David, Highland Park, Illinois 

Political Science , Cum laude 
John Matthew Davidson, New York, New York 

Distinction in History. Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cur 
Kimberly Ann Davies, Pacific Palisades, California 

English 

Derek Secor Davis, Denver* 
Music 



James Clement Deichen, Waseca, Minnesota 

Economics, Phi Beta Kappa , Summa cum laude 

Craig Frankland Delaney, Madison, Wisconsin 

Distinction in English, Phi Beta Kappa , Cum laude 

Clelia Deane deMoraes, Littleton, Colorado 2 
Political Science 

Jams Lynn Dickey. Independence, Missouri 
Humanities for Elementary Teachers 

Michael S. Dilger, Hutchinson, Kansas 
Business Administration 



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L. Donelan. Colby, K; 
il Arts and Sciences 



Kevin Francis Dooley, Redondo Beach, Californi; 

Biology, Phi Beta Kappa , Summa cum laude 
Julia Ellen Dorn, Denver. Colorado 

Chemistry, Magna cum laude 

David Edwin Drake, Denver, Colorado 2 * 
Religion 

Rex B. Dufour. Colorado Springs 
Biology 

I imoth) Patrick Duggan. Lakewood, Colorado 
Philosophy 

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Lauren Ann Duncan. K 
Political Science 



Judith Canby Durkin. Tacoma, Washington 2 
Art. Phi Beta kappa 



)k. Kenmore, New York 



Gregg Edmund Easterbr 
Political Science 

Michael Edelstein. Colorado Springs* 
Music 

Carolyn Lorraine Edmond. Oklahoma City. O 
Geology , Cum laude 

Bruce N. Edwards. Ames, Iowa 
Political Science 

Kathenne Mae Elledge, Brighton, Colorado 1 * 
Medical Technology 

Paul Douglas Estlund, Bloomington, Illinois 2 * 
Business Administration 

Anthony Gerrit Euser, Broomfield, Colorado 
Business Administration 

Catherine Austin Farr, Princeton, New Jersey 
History 



David Arnold F 
History 

Roger Neyha 
Geology 



Deming, New Mexico 
Felch, Idledale, Colorado 
Colorado Springs 
New York 



Farl John Fesler. J 
Sociology 

Rebecca Field, Palisade: 
Physics 

Mary Kristin Fienup, McLean, Virginia 
Spanish . Cum laude 

Holly A. Fisher, Schenectady. New York 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Magna cum laude 

Judy T. Fogle, Colorado Springs 
Music 

Steven Robert Ford, Wilmette, Illinois 
English 

William J. Forman, Reno, Nevada 

Chemistry 
Sharon Lynn Fortis, Deerfield, Illinois 

Philosophy, Political Science 

Esther Lynn Fortunoff, Old Westbury, New York 
History , Cum laude 

Erik Koehler Foster. Cincinnati, Ohio 
Sociology 



Reginald DeVeau Francklyn, Avon, Connecticut 
Political Science 

Walter David Franco S., Guayaquil, Ecuador 
Economics, Phi Beta Kappa , Summa cum laude 

Mark Alan Franzblau, El Paso, Texas 
Biology 

John Billington Frederick, Boulder, Colorado 
Physics 

Stephen James Frey, Cedaredge, Colorado 
Biology , Magna cum laude 

Caroline Ann Friedman, Santa Fe, New Mexico 
Spanish 

Barbara Jane Frye, Charles City, Iowa 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers , Cum laude 

Robert Kris Gallagher, Sonoma, California-* 
Geology 

Miguel Jose Garcia, West Covina, California 
History 

Patrick Garcia, Pueblo, Colorado 2 
Political Science 



Sarah Jane G 
History 



kill, Weston, Missouri 

Colorado 1 



Edward York Gateley, Aur 
Economics 

Nancy Scott Gerne, Wilmette, Illinois 
English, Phi Beta Kappa, Cum laude 

Twila Gail Gibbens, Ponca City, Oklahoma 
History 

Jonathan S Gitlin, New York, New York 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa cum laude 

Mark Richard Golde, St. Louis, Missouri 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna c 

Jon Stuart Goldman, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 
Physics 

Steffie Goodman, Glencoe, Illinois 

Distinction in Chemistry 
Robert Todd Gordon, St. Paul, Minnesota* 

Anthropology 

Stephen Blase Greco, Colorado Springs 
Biology 

Edith Annette Greenlee, Boulder, Colorado 
Geology 

William Wilson Greer, Houston, Texas 

Economics, Phi Beta Kappa , Summa cum laude 

Carol Butler Gregory, Richmond, Massachusetts 
Liberal Arts and Sciences , Cum laude 

Daniel I homas Griffin, North St Paul, Minnesota 1 * 
Business Administration 

Nell Virginia Griffin, Houston, Texas 

Spanish 

Thomas Gross, Denver 
Biology , Magna cum laude 

John Gordon Grout, Jr., Portland, Oregon 
Business Administration 

Terry Jean Guillory, Colorado Springs 
Humanities for Elementary Teachers 

Fred Arnold Gysi, Jr , Studio City, California 
Business Administration , Summa cum laude 

Maurice Victor Habenicht, Boulder, Colorado 
Mathematics 

James Alan Haire, Bloomington, Minnesota 
Business Administration , Magna cum laude 

Petra Carol Hall, New York, New York* 
Geology 



Daniel Thomas Hallock, Colorado Springs 
Fine Arts/ Drama 

George Joji Hamamoto, Colorado Springs 
Business Administration 

Ann Hale Hamilton, Honolulu, Hawaii 
Erne Arts/ Drama 

Sharon Lee Hammel, Colorado Springs-* 
Psychology 

Anthony Jay Hancock, Paradise Valley, Arizona 
Political Science 

Jeffrey William Haney, Colorado Springs 
Music 

Catherine J. Harkins, Carmel, California 1 * 
Biology 

Kim Weston Harper, College Station, Texas 
Psychology 

Elisabeth Copley Harris, Wichita, Kansas 
Economics 



Elizabeth H; 
Art 



on. White Plains, New York 



Linda Lea Hart, Lakewood, Colorado 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Melmda Nairn Hartman, Beloit, Wisconsin 
Business Administration 

Mary Elizabeth Hawthorne, Canon City, Colorado 
English 

Lloyd Earl Havne, Jr , Littleton, Colorado 
Economics , Cum laude 

(iail I Headstrom, Denver 
Business Administration 

Shannon Lucine Hegarty, Lakewood, Colorado 



David Helman, Colorado Springs 
History 

David Calvin Hendnckson, Oklahoma City, Okla 
History, Phi Beta Kappa 

Janet LeeAnn Herndon, Springfield, Missouri 
Psychology , Cum laude 

Kit Ann Herrmann, Golden, Colorado 
German 

Caroline Ames Herter, Dobbs Ferry, New York 
History/ Philosophy 

Robert D Hevey, Jr , Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
Business Administration 

Mary Elizabeth Hickey, Albany, New York 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Barbara Jean Hicks, Little Rock, Arkansas 
Geology 

John Alvin Hillebrand, Phoenix, Arizona 

Biology 
James Hal Holder, Rocky Ford, Colorado 

Business Administration 

Mary Caroline Stuart (Kim) Holdsworth, McLean, Va 

History 
Marjone Alberta Holman, Silver Springs, Maryland 

Business Administration 

Paul Burt Holmes, Colorado Springs 
Business Administration 

Lori Ellen Horwitz, Denver 

Art 
Howell Hoffman Howard, Jr., Winnetka, Illinois 

Political Science 

John Stuart Howe, Boulder, Colorado 
Economics, Phi Beta Kappa 



Richard Sears Hoyt, Chatham, Massachusetts 

Economics 
Michael Wetherell Hubbard, Littleton, Colorado 

Business Administration 

David Gregory Hughes, Webster Groves, Missouri 
Political Science , Magna cum laude 

Jennifer Anne Hughes, Aurora, Colorado 
Biology 

Guy Brian Humphries, Grand Junction, Colorado 
Political Science 

Elizabeth Gail Hunter, San Angelo, Texas 
Business Administration 

John Edward Hunter, Winchester, Indiana 1 * 
Business Administration 

John F. Hurdle, Littleton, Colorado 
Chemistry, Cum laude 

Nickels B. Huston, Denver 
Art 

Mark Andrew Huvard, Houston, Texas 
Economics , Magna cum laude 

Sherrill Ice, Holly, Colorado 

Mathematics, Magna cum laude 

George Dewey Jackson, Santa Fe, New Mexico 
Economics 

Edwin D. Jenkins, Minneapolis, Minnesota 
Business Administration 

Susan Elaine Jobin, Lakewood, Colorado 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers , Cum laude 

Elizabeth Anne Johnson, San Jose, California 
English 

Elizabeth Romero-Johnson, Colorado Springs 
Spanish 

Susan Bremer Johnson, St. Paul, Minnesota 
Psychology 

Terry Earl Johnson, Denver 
Political Science 

Deborah Kay Jones, Dallas, Texas 
Geology 

Gary Malcolm Jordan, Dallas, Texas 
Psychology , Cum laude 

Mark Albert Juhas, Colorado Springs 
Political Economy 

M. Elizabeth Kane, Barnngton, Illinois 
Biology 

Martha Elaine Kaplan, Englewood, Colorado 
Geology 

Thomas J. Kaplan, Highland Park, Illinois 
Sociology, Summa cum laude 

Thomas Alan Kay, Scarsdale, New York 
Religion 

Pamela Jo Keeling, Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Biology 

Howard Kellogg IV, Brawley, California 
Biology 

Kara Lynn Kellogg, Marshalltown, Iowa 
History, Cum laude 

Meredyth Raymond Kelly, Austin, Texas 
History 

Susan Ellis Kelly, Santa Fe, New Mexico 
English 

John Kilian Kennell, Seattle, Washington 2 * 
Economics 

Ivan Edward Kimmelman, Merion, Pennsylvania 
English 



David Eastman Kingman, Wayzata, Minnesota 
Biology 

James Michael Kinney, Colorado Springs 
Business Administration 

Kevin Derek Kinney, Colorado Springs 
Geology 

Nina Ann Klebanolf, Albuquerque, New Mexico 
Philosophy 

Nancy Jane Klingerman, Princeton Junction. N.J. 
Business Administration 

Barbara Sue Krane, Portland, Oregon 
Art 

Jane Hale Kucera, North Olmsted, Ohio 
History 

Jean Kunhardt, Chappaqua, New York 2 * 
Political Science 

Silva Lea Lackey, Colorado Springs 
Mathematics , Magna cum laude 

Ann A. Ladenson, Columbia, Missouri 
Humanities lor Elementary Teachers 

John Gregg Lampe, Denver 
Biology 

Mark Selden Langseth, Arlington Heights, Illinois 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Jonal Lartigue, Colorado Springs 2 
Political Science 

Lola Annette Lee, Colorado Springs* 
History 

Kathleen L Leech, Boulder, Colorado 
Economics 



Glenn Neumann Leisure, San Marino, C 
Business Administration 



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ka* 



Lawrence A. Levenson, Jr 

Psychology 
Catherine Jean LeVine, Anchorage, A 

Physics 

David K. Levine, Highland Park. Illinois 
History 

Melissa Levy, Topeka, Kansas* 
Political Science 

Barbara Ann Lewis, Lakewood, Colorado 
Psychology 

Sherry Sue Lieberman, Tarzana, California 

Distinction in History 
Ellen Myra Liebman, Frankfort. Kentucky 1 * 

Religion 

Ellen June Lippman, Glencoe, Illinois 1 * 

Political Science 
James Louis LiVecchi, Pueblo, Colorado 

Sociology 
Patrick Louis Lopez, Santa Fe, New Mexico 

English 

James Arthur Lorenzen, Davenport, Iowa 
Business Administration 

Patricia Ann Lowry, San Antonio, Texas 

Psychology. Phi Beta Kappa, Summa cum laude 

Jane Carolyn Lynch, Brush, Colorado 

Biology 
Patricia Jean Maas, Littleton, Colorado 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers, Summa cum laude 
Richard Barry MacDonald, Colorado Springs 

Political Science 
Judith Anne Macks, San Francisco, California 

Humanities for Elementary Teachers , Cum laude 



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Norman Langley MacLeod, III, Rancho Santa Fe, Ca. 

Art 

Mary Frances Maffei, Riverside, Connecticut 
Political Science 

Jane Ellen Maier, Lakewood, Colorado 
Romance Languages: French 

David Eyre Malo, Denver 2 
Political Science 

Marcia J. Malone, Curne, Minnesota 
Economics 

David Robert Malpass, Boulder, Colorado* 
Physics 

Fred M. Manning, III, Saratoga, Wyoming* 
Business Administration 

Kathenne Calder Dunn Mansfield, Colorado Springs 
Business Administration 

Mary Ann Marchant, Colorado Springs 
Biology 

Charon Chiles Marco, Jacksonville, Florida* 

Art 

Douglas Richard Marek, Colorado Springs* 
Anthropology 

Timothy Seth Marx, Teaneck, New Jersey 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Robert James Matter, Houghton Lake, Michigan 2 
Political Science 

Donald R. Matthews, Colorado Springs 
History 

Michelle Licia May, Medford, Oregon* 
Anthropology 

Dam L. McBeth, Florence, Colorado 

Biology, Cum laude 
William Kent McClelland, Paradise Valley, Arizona 

Physics 

David William McConnell, Boulder, Colorado 

Political Science, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cum laude 

Sarah Severance McCoy, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 
History 

Charles Bryce McCrory, Jr., Denver 
History 

Richard Snyder McDermott, Colorado Springs 
Business Administration 

Jane Lynn McDowell, Cincinnati, Ohjo 1 * 
History 

Linda C. McEncroe, Golden, Colorado 
History 

Linda Diane McGaha, Carlsbad, New Mexico 
Economics, Phi Beta Kappa 

Kate Harvey McGee, Sonora, California 
Economics 

Paul Leonard McHugh, St. Paul, Minnesota 
Business Administration 

Ellen McLarty, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1 * 
Art 

Robert Winslow McManus, San Marino, California 
Fine Arts/ Drama 

Stewart McNab, Ross, California 
Geology 

Linda R. Medina, Pueblo, Colorado 2 
Humanities for Elementary Teachers 

William Lee Medina, Pueblo, Colorado 
Business Administration 

Dale E. Mehl, Denver 2 
Chemistry 

Paul Charles Melanson, Boulder, Colorado* 
Chemistry 



Rebecca Ann Melena, Colorado Springs 
Spanish 

Bonnie Zoe Mersky, Wyoming, Delaware 2 

Biology , Magna cum laude 
Mark David Meyer, Lombard, Illinois 

Chemistry, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cum laude 

Jerri Ann Midgley, Colorado Springs 

Psychology 

Michael Robert Mill, Denver 
Chemistry 

Donald David Miller, Normal, Illinois 
Geology 

Robert F. Miller, Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Biology 

Linda Gwen Mims, Wichita, Kansas 

Art 

Eric Gregory Minuth, Kailua, Hawaii* 
Adviser Plan 

Eddie Dano Mio, Windsor, Ontario, Canada 
Business Administration 

Dennis Edward Mitchem, Jr., Phoenix, Arizona* 
Business Administration 

Julie Ann Montgomery, Danville, Kentucky 
Political Science 

Richard Warren Moon, Denver 

Distinction in English, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cum laude 

Robin Adnenne Morris, Tempe, Arizona 
History 

Richard K. Morse, Jr., St. Louis, Missouri 2 
History 

Susan Louise Mott, Denver 
Spanish , Cum laude 

Susan Louise Mottice, North Canton, Ohio 
Biology 

Shelley Darrah Mueller, Grand Rapids, Michigan 
Political Science, Cum laude 

Dolores Fuller Myers, Colorado Springs 
English 

Eleanor Yorke Myers, Chevy Chase, Maryland 
English 

Heather Jean Myers, San Diego, California 1 * 
Physics 

Irene Nakamura, Denver 
Art 

Michael Nava, Sacramento, California 
History, Phi Beta Kappa, Cum laude 

lllana Naylor, Pomona, California 
Religion 

Donald Arthur Nelson, Oak Brook, Illinois 
Biology 

Nancy Elizabeth Nelson, Columbia, Missouri 
Economics 

Robert Neuberger, Baker, Oregon 
History 

Stephen Lowell Nordbye, Colorado Springs 
History 

Charles Brant Noziska, Vancouver, Washington* 
Political Economy 



Pepper Pike, Ohio 



John Clement Nulsen, 111 

Biology , Cum laude 
Gregory Frederick Oakes, Cheyenne, Wyoming* 

Business Administration 

Constance Rose O'Connell, Branford, Connecticut 

Art, Magna cum laude 
Peter Alan Offenbecher, Colorado Springs 

Political Economy, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa cum laude 



David John Ohman, 

Distinction in History, Cum laude 

Lynn B. Olson, East Grand Forks, Minnesota* 
Business Administration 

Diana Marie Ortiz, Albuquerque, New Mexico 
Political Science 

Henry Stuart Otto, III, Scarsdale, New York 
Business Administration 

Eric Lehnen Paddock, Boulder, Colorado 
Art 

Jimmy D. Page, Ft. Morgan, Colorado 2 * 
Chemistry 

William John Pasley, Jr., Virginia Beach, Va.* 
English 

Phillip Harris Paul, Iowa City, Iowa 
Physics 

Julie Paynter, Ft. Morgan, Colorado 

Psychology, Phi Beta Kappa, Cum laude 

Kelley Claire Pelissier, Sheridan, Wyoming 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Magna cum laude 

Cathie Leigh Perrin, Colorado Springs* 

Art 

Janet Sanborn Perry, Florissant, Colorado 2 * 
Anthropology 

Malcolm Campbell Persen, Byram, Connecticut 
Political Economy 

Kenneth Allen Pettine, Ft. Collins, Colorado 
Biology 

Patricia Anne Pflug, Colorado Springs 

Romance Language: Spanish, Magna cum laude 

William Hensel Phelps, Greeley, Colorado 
Music, Phi Beta Kappa 

Gerald Edward Piper, Denver 
Political Science 

Bassett Place, Jr., New York, New York 
Humanities for Elementary Teachers 

Walter Daniel Predovich, Pueblo, Colorado* 
Business Administration 

Charlotte Susan Presti, Colorado Springs 
Geology 

Mark Steven Preuss, San Antonio, Texas 
History 

Julie Lynn Price, Bartlesville, Oklahoma 
History 

Richard Wynand Pyle, Scottsdale, Arizona 
English 

Charlotte Frances Quist, Grand Junction, Colorado* 

Biology 
C. David Rees, Glenwood Springs, Colorado 2 

Physics, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cum laude 

Peggy Weaks Reily, Metairie, Louisiana* 
Biology 

Laurie Rennebohm, Cheney, Washington* 
Humanities for Elementary Teachers 

Amy Rennert, Great Neck, New York 
Political Science 

Christa Helen Rheindt, Denver 
Biology 

Barry Kent Rhoades, Phoenix, Arizona 
Psychology 

Linda Ruth Ribnik, Denver 

Biology 
Jonathan Lane Riddle, Colorado Springs 

Anthropology 

Marlin Risinger, III, Shreveport, Louisiana 
Distinction in English, Phi Beta Kappa, Cum laude 



Stephen M. Roberts, Middlebury, Vermont 
Psychology 

James R. Robinson, Huntington, New York 
Geology 

Susan Lee Robinson, Arvada, Colorado 
Economics, Phi Beta Kappa, Cum laude 

Chalyce Ann Robuck, San Diego, California 
Art 

Ronald David Rodriguez, New Hyde Park, New York 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Robert Gene Romero, Denver 
History 

Gregory F. Rosen, Denver 
Biology 

Ricky Joe Rubin, Lakewood, Colorado 
Political Science, Summa cum laude 

Robert K Rudman, Bangor, Maine 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

George Michael Ruegg, La Junta, Colorado 
Economics, Magna cum laude 

Beverly Lynn Rutenbeck, Denver 
History, Cum laude 

Michael John Rybak, Minneapolis, Minnesota 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Frederick A. Schaefer, Excelsior, Minnesota 
Economics 

Charles B. Schaff, Jr., Youngstown, Ohio 
History 

Deborah Lynn Schaffner, Houston, Texas 
Biology 

Laura Howe Schell, Colorado Springs 
Business Administration 

Elizabeth Nan Schiff, Los Angeles, California 1 * 
French 

Robert Clayton Schmidt, Palatine, Illinois 
Economics. Cum laude 

Sheri Rae Schmidt, Grand Junction, Colorado 
Humanities for Elementary Teachers. Cum laude 

John Philip Schmuck, Denver 
Chemistry 

Mike P Schweitzer, Geyser, Montana* 
Biology 

Ingrid Barbara Scott, Scottsdale, Arizona 
German 

Laurie Ellen Scott, Great Falls, Montana 
Distinction in English, Cum laude 

Hillary Loughndge Scoutt, Bethesda, Maryland 
Religion 

Barbara Jean Searles, Englewood, Colorado 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Magna cum laude 

Carrie A. Seeman, Alexandria, Virginia 
Art 

Jeffrey Lawrence Seller, Arlington Heights, 111 
Political Science 

Saxon Elisabeth Sharpe, San Rafael, California* 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Cum laude 

Kenneth John Shaw, Kennebunk, Maine 
Geology 

Kathleen Ann Sheehan, New York, New York 
English 

Robert James Sherman, Portland, Oregon 
History, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa cum laude 

Robert Leigh Shoop, Colorado Springs 
Political Science 

Albert West Shultz, Tesuque, New Mexico 
Geology, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cum laude 



I homas McConwav Siebert, Concord, Massachusetts 



Paul Richard Simpson, Prescott, Arizona* 
Business Administration 

Nancy L. Slusher, Colorado Springs- 
Psychology 

James Michael Small, Englewood, Colorado 
Chemistry, Phi Beta Kappa, Summa cum laude 

Nancy A Small, Green Bay, Wisconsin 
Geology 

David Robinson Smith. Western Springs, Illinois 
Biology 

Deborah Smith, Scottsdale, Arizona 
Mathematics, Cum laude 

Eric N Smith, Newton Centre, Massachusetts 
Religion 

John lavlor Smith, Gainesville, Honda* 
Biology 

Scott Gregory Smith, Colorado Springs 
English 

Scott laylor Smith, Forestville, California 

History/ Political Science, Cum laude 
Barbara Lynne Snow, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Political Science. Phi Beta Kappa. Magna cum laude 

Robbe Sue Sokolove, Denver 
Music 

Alexander Spear, Pasadena. California* 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Brian lames Stafford, Ames, Iowa 
Economics, Magna cum laude 

Richard L Stahlman, Colorado Springs 
Chemistry, Summa cum laude 

Frederick William Stang, Hugo, Colorado 
Biology 

Steven Jeffrey Stearman, Bethesda. Maryland* 
Music, Phi Beta Kappa 

Susan Pamela Sternberg, Glencoe, Illinois 

Humanities lor Elementary leachcrs, Summa cum laude 

Michael K Sternleld. Skokie. Illinois 
Psychology 

George Steven Stidham, Checotah, Oklahoma 
English, Magna cum laude 

Mara Elizabeth Stidham, Memphis, lennessee 
Art 

Mane Ann St John, Colorado Springs 
History 

Charles Walker Streamer, Jr , Pueblo, Colorado 
Economics 

Mary Katherme Stuart, Aurora, Colorado 
Biology 

Philip Nye Suter, Concord, Massachusetts* 
Political Science 

Laura Marvel Swigart, Denver 

Biology- 
Susan McKee lachau. Louisville, Kentucky 

Political Science 

Gary Yukio lakeuchi, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Cum laude 

P N lanaka. Denver 
Philosophy 

James Patrick Brennan laylor, Wichita, Kansas 
Line Arts Drama 

Christopher Fuller Thomas, Boise, Idaho 
Geology, Cum laude 

Gary David Thompson, Julsa. Oklahoma 
Economics 



Joseph Satoru Thompson, Colorado Springs 
Political Science. Phi Beta Kappa, Cum laude 

Judith Marie Thompson, Madison, Connecticut 

Music, Phi Beta Kappa, Cum laude 
Man M 1 hompson, Denver 

Political Science 

David James Ihomson, Anchorage. Alaska-* 
Philosophy 

John Dallas Ihomson. Harwich Port, Massachusetts 1 * 
Sociology 

David 1 linsley, Columbia, Missouri 

German, Phi Beta Kappa. Summa cum laude 

William Charles f'omlinson, Brookfield Center, Conn. 
Political Economy 

Daniel Joseph I raub, Albuquerque. New Mexico 
Art. Cum laude 



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Ricardo Steve 1 rujillo. Colorado Springs 
I iberal Arts and Sciences 

William Alan I urner, Westporl. Connecticut 
Advisei Plan 

Charles Van Orden. Kentfield, California 
Political 1 conomy 

Judith Claire Van Valen, Fort Walton Beach, Fla - 
Humanities lor Elementary leachers, Cum laude 
Mark M Van Wert, Honolulu. Hawaii 



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tical Science 


Iciest 
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James 
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Mane Vigil, Walsenburg, Colorado 

>ny Vogt, Cambridge. Massachus 

and I ake, Colorado 1 * 

rhousand Oaks, Calif 

Robert [vans Walton, Colorado Springs 
History 

Iheodore Elliott Warner. Edina, Minnesota 
Business Administration 

Carl Eugene Watley, Pueblo, Colorado 2 
Psychology 

William Charles Watts. Durango. Colorado 
Psychology 

Melissa Jane Weeks. Cape Girardeau. Missour 
Line Arts Drama. Cum laude 

Anne Kathryn Wehrli, Webster Groves, Missoi 

Psychology , Magna cum laude 
Nancy R Weil, Shaker Heights, Ohio 

English 
S Evan Werner, Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Biology 
Laurie Lee Weinstein, Farmington, Connectici 

Distinction in Anthropology, Cum laude 

Beverly Merle Wetlev, Colorado Springs 

English 
Robert Winston White. Maple Plain, Minneso 

1 conomics 
Kermit Lynn Wilber, Jr . Cortez, Colorado* 

Biology 
Van Cobb Wilgus, Colorado Springs 

History 
John Hayward Williams, St. Louis, Missouri 

History 



Robert Gordon Willis, Quincy. Illinois 
Political Science 

Lisa Marie Wise, South Pasadena, California 2 
Political Science, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna curr 

Susan M. Wolf, Albion, Nebraska 
Humanities for Elementary Teachers 

Jeffrey Allen Wolfman, Boston, Massachusetts 2 * 
Art 

Larry Deane Wood, Grand Junction, Colorado 
Business Administration, Cum laude 

Henry David Worley, Cedaredge, Colorado 
Political Science 



Mary Ellen Wortham. Aurora, Colorado 

Sociology, Magna cum laude 
Peter C. Yanker, Tucson, Arizona 

Physics 

Mary Therese Yelenick, Denver 

Political Science, Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cum laude 

Bonita Faye Yocus, Grand Rapids, Minnesota 
Psychology 

Nancy Zellerbach, San Francisco, California 
History 

Vicki Ziegler, Colorado Springs* 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Cum laude 



A NOTE OF ACADEMIC COSTUME 



Academic costume comes down from the universities of the Middle Ages. In a 
day when all students were clerics, the gown and its attached hood served both to 
keep the student warm in unheated buildings and to identify the particular 
religious order to which he belonged. 

American academic costume of today is based upon an inter-collegiate code 
established in 1895. The gown is generally of black, differing somewhat 
according to the level of the degree. Some universities have brightly colored 
gowns although many faculty members prefer to wear the more conventional 
black. The tassel on the mortar board cap may be of black or of the color 
indicating the degree, except that a doctor's cap occasionally has a tassel of gold 
thread. 

The major distinguishing characteristic of the gowns are the sleeves, styled in 
the following fashion: bachelor, long pointed; master, oblong; doctor and 
specialist, bell shaped. The doctor's gown has velvet collar, and three bars. The 
specialist's gown differs from a doctor's in that it has no sleeve bars. 

The hood is the outstanding feature of the costume. Of black material, it is 
lined with the colors of the college or university granting the degree and is 
bordered with the color appropriate to that degree. The degree, and not the 
department or field, governs the color of the border. Thus the border of a doctor 
of philosophy hood is always blue for philosophy, regardless of the field of study. 
The Colorado College hood is lined with gold. 

Among institutional colors which may be seen at today's exercises are the 
following; California, gold, blue chevron; Chicago, maroon; University of 
Colorado, gold, silver gray chevron; Columbia, light blue, white chevron; 
Harvard, crimson; Illinois, dark blue, two orange chevrons; Indiana, crimson, 
white chevron; Johns Hopkins, dark blue, gold chevron; Michigan, mai/e, a/ure 
blue chevron; MIT, bright red. silver gray chevron; Northwestern, purple, gold 
chevron; Pennsylvania, cardinal, blue chevron; Princeton, orange, black 
chevron; Stanford, cardinal; Wisconsin, bright red; Yale, dark blue. 



Index 



Abram, Leon Jay 76 

Adams, David Schroeder 83 

Adams, Sarah Dykhuis 164 

Allen, Philip Brooks 79 

Amato, Sandra F. 21 

Amundson, Paul Richard 37,57 

Anderson, Gail 108 

Anderson, Samuel Collins 83,161 

Anderson, Sarah Elizabeth 89 

Anderson, Todd Fredrick 83,59 

Andrews, Douglas Alden 79 

Anton, Lynn Marie 102,161 

Armour, Ross Wilton 83 

Ashley, Cooper Stuart 107,126 

Atilano, Vera 29 

Atkinson, Marguerite 21,108 

Atwood, Catherine Marion 138 

Austin, Kimberly Ann 103,104 

Baker, Andrew Norfleet 79,113 

Baker, James Harris 98,112 

Balderston, James Claypoole Jr. 

83,153 

Banks, David James 67 
Bansen, Peter Albert 112,152,192 

Barker, Ross Dickinson 79 

Barth, Timothy Forbes 83 

Barton, David Morison 74 

Barton, William Randolph 54,112 

Baxter, Nancy Griffith 20 

Beatty, Patricia Ann 20,132 

Becker, Terry Richard 152,167 

Beckmann, Thomas Lee 83 

Benson, Thomas Joseph 33,36,41 

Bentley, Clark McCary 95 

Berkeley, Anne Randolph 165 

Berkley, William Spencer 109,133 
Berman, Paul David 125,131,148 

Berridge, Ted Chester 76 

Bertrand, Paul Omer Jr. 135 

Bilgrave, Zane Milton 58 

Blackett, Arthur Badger Jr. 102,131 

Blaik, Robert Earl 76 

Blake, Joseph Hawes 74 

Blake, Walter Eugene 57 

Blalock, Hill Jr. 76 

Bohanon, Thomas Clay 128 

Bond, Cathryn Fletcher 21 

Borowski, Maria Elaine 89 

Borra, Mary Frances 89 

Borra, Rosemary Ann 89 

Bowman, Frank Otto III 95,153 

Boylston, Michael Harshaw 79,106 

Bradley, William Stanton 76 

Bradney, Patricia Gail 112 



Bransky, Brad Edward 79 

Brasch, Leah Florence 115 

Bright, Hollis Earling 147 

Brinkerhoff, Becki Fairfield 71 

Brogden, Mette Jean 138 

Bruns, Judson Leroy III 143 

Buchanan, Frank Richard 36,57, 

76 

Buchanan, Mark James 37,76 

Buck, David John 79,95 

Buckman, Linda Susan 65 

Burghart, Brad Allen 37,83 

Burke, John A. 56 

Burke, John Walter 76 

Burkepile, David Craig 74 

Burton, Ellen Lee 53,89 

Bush, Walter Lewis III 69 

Byers, Hugh James 74,75 

Carlson, Deanne Blair 89,108 

Carlson, Martha Sue 164 

Carrizo, Ana Del Carmen 139 

Cathcart, Daniel Hobbs 106 

Chalfant, Catherine Anne 89 

Chapin, Charles Spencer 74 

Childs, Anne Carmichael 111 
Childs, Stephen Alan 72,107,115 

Christofferson, Curtis James 46 

Claassen, Sally 157 

Clark, David Nesmith 115 

Clarke, Jeffrey Thomas 79 

Clarke, Kristina 125 

Cole, Steven Brian 79 

Collett, Stephen Curtiss 129 

Collins, Charles Harold 115 

Collins, Glenn Hampton 79 

Collins, Jim Francis 56 

Cooper, Richard Calvin 76 
Cotton, Gerald David 135,144,163 

Coulson, Elizabeth 74 

Craig, Catherine Michele 89 

Creigh, Thomas Day 79,95 
Crosby, Clifton Dwinnell Jr. 60,61 

Crossey, Patricia Marie 125,151 

Crown, Patricia Ann 106 

Curtis, Nancy Louise 100 

Dale, Frank Rodolf 79 

David, Andrew Benjamin 145 

Davies, Kimberly Ann 165 

Davis, Christopher J. 74 

Davis, Sarah Hulme 89 

Deichen, James Clement 165 

Delich, David Robert 47,55 

Demoraes, Clelia Deane 112,140 

Dennison, Robert Gene 83 



Deshaw, Katharine 
Diamond, Ted Andrew 
Dickison, Daniel William 
Dietel, David Homer 
Dilger, Michael Scott 
Dines, Hildreth 
Donelan, Thomas L. 
Dorn, Julia Ellen 
Dorn, Philip John Earl 
Duer, Andrew Adgate 
Duggan, Timothy Patrick 
Durkin, Judith Canby 
Dymond, Steven Henry 
Earnshaw, Edward Linsley 
Edelston, Barbara L. 
Edmond, Carolyn Lorraine 
Edmondson, Ronald Lee 
Edwards, Bruce Neil 
Ehlers, David Richard 
Ehrlichman, Jody Ann 
Eiseman, Wendy Susan 
Epple, Robert William 
Ernest, Michael Glenn 
Estin, Timothy George 
Euser, Anthony Gerrit 
Eustis, Brian Dow 
Evans, Elizabeth Temple 
Feder, Harlan Michael 
Feil, David Arnold 
Ferrari, Ciliamarie 
Fischer, Laura Ellen 
Fitch, David Defrehn 
Fleming, Sarah Coachman 
Ford, Steven Robert 

125 
Fortis, Sharon Lynn 
Fortunoff, Esther Lynn 
Fox, Edward Quinn 
Fox, Richard Spencer 
Francklyn, Reginald Deveau 

Franco, Paul Nicholas 
Frasca, Michael Everett 
Fremont, Kim Watson 
French, Christopher Holmes 

Fricke, Deirdre Jo 
Froeb, Deborah Suzanne 
Garrison, Jeffrey Wood 
Gates, Lawrence Wayne 
Gentsch, Thomas Foster 
Gerlach, Michael Lloyd 
Gibbens, Twila Gail 
Goldman, Jon Stuart 



132 

79 

30,152 

74 

74 

130 

106 

68,73 

25,161 

145 

101 

159,164 

111 

79 

141 

162 

74 

165 

128 

17 

89 

79,132 

83 

102 

76,167 

30 

131 

129,146 

160 

89 

30,96 

106 

73,163 

111,122, 

,130,168 

102,146 

102,146 

37 

79 

79, 

104,159 

142 

83 

113 

135, 

155 

88,89 

29,147 

149 

135 

76 

83 

89,101 

151,167 



Gordon, Robert Todd 111,126 

Greco, Stephen Blase 76,111 

Greenlee, Edith Annette 74 

Greer, William Wilson 136 

Grout, John Gordon 76 

Guerrieri, Dexter Anton 79 

Haedrich, Michael William 45,46 

Haire, James Alan 76 

Halberg, Kerri Lynn 89 

Hall, Timothy Michael 83 

Hamilton, Ann Hale 23,89,125 

Hancock, Julie Sutton 89 

Hanson, Dave Lee 76 

Harpel, Greg Alan 83 

Harris, Elisabeth Copley 96 
Hartigan, Patricia Dale 135,143,144 
Hartwell, Jay Craig 74,104,112,159 

Harvey, Rose Hopkins 52,65,75 

Hayne, Lon Alan 76 

Headstrom, Gail Louise 164 

Heider, Mark Joseph 79 

Helman, David Bernard 132 

Hendrickson, David Calvin 112 

Herman, Christy Lynn 75 

Hermann, Edward Joseph 83 

Herrera, Scott Jay 97 

Herrick, David Morse 114 

Herrmann, Kit Ann 138 

Herter, Caroline Ames 102 

Hibben, John Brickman 83 

Hiefield, Mike Wayne 44 

Hiersteiner, Heidi Dorothy 136, 

146 

Hoadley, Terry Glen 36,83 

Hoffman, Edward Thurn 83 

Hoffman, Hanna Mandy 22 

Hoffman, Kirk Richard 33,83 

Holder, James Hal 167 

Holdsworth, Kim 135 

Holekamp, Elizabeth Marie 108 

Holman, Marjorie Alberta 73 

Holmes, Wayne Randolph 42,62, 

83 

Honnen, Susan Elizabeth 89,132 

Hopkins, Michael Allen 36 

Houlton, Jeff Tracy 79 

Howard, Howell Hoffman 95,111, 
131,159,168 
Hoyt, Richard Sears 61,115,169 
Hubbard, Michael Wetherell 56,76 

Hubbell, Scott David 83 

Humphries, Guy Brian 95 

Hunter, Elizabeth Gail 121,164 

Huston, Nickels Bachelder 115 

Huvard, Mark Andrew 103 

Jackson, George Dewey 25,38, 
157,168 

Jecker, La Juan M. 111 



Jenkins, Edwin David 44,69 

Jeurink, Judith Kay 89 
Jewel Anne Frances 96,135,144,148 

Jewell, Loye Douglas 23 

Johnson, Terry Earl 76 

Jones, Deborah Kay 52 

Joseph, Nancy Lynn 132 

Kaes, Jeffrey Leigh 74 

Kamm, Charles Michael 128 

Kane, Mary Elizabeth 127,168 

Kasserman, David Fair 76 

Kay, Thomas Alan 59,167 

Keeling, Pamela Jo 164 

Keeling, Thomas Bruce 79 

Kelly, Meredith Raymond 75 

Kelly, Susan Ellis 169 

Kelly, William Cody Jr. 111 

Kensinger, Janisue 54,153 

Kerr, Elizabeth Warner 105 

Kettler, Perigail 22,23 

King, Katherine Louis 89 

Kingman, David Eastman 100,103 

Kinney, Kevin Derek 67,83 

Kramer, Scott Douglas 74 

Kramer, Vicki Lynn 126 

Kravit, Daniel Franklin 137 

Krutsch, Michael Wesley 40,57,76 

Kurth, Charles Dean 134 

Langseth, Mark Selden 134 

Lathem, Niles Richard 105 

Lautmann, Peter Scott 76 

Lavoie, Jon Clinton 62,76,141 

Lee, Thomas S. 29,28,134 

Leenhouts, Ray Olds 76 

Lelong, Peter Bowman 76,167 

Levine, Robert Murray 25,55, 
76,96,98,156 

Lewis, Barbara Ann 120 

Lewis, Steven Elliott 134,154 

Leyden, Terrence Joseph 76 

Lind, Frederic Wilson 79 

Lisco, Linda Joy 98 

Lopez, Rick Paul 83,113 

Lorca, Pablo 38,39 

Lovett, James Vernor 83 

Lovett, Patricia Ann 89 

Lowry, James Kennington 83 

Lowry, Patricia Ann 74 

Lubchenco, Peggy Jean 138,157 

Lutz, Thomas Robert 67,153 

Lyon, Susan Jeanne 54,105 

Maas, Patricia Jean 112 

MacDonald, Richard Barry 134 

Macks, Judith Anne 126 

MacLeod, Norman Langley 160 
Maffei, Mary Frances 99,127,159 

Magee, Dean James 44 

Maner, Douglas Darby 79 



Marcus, Bruce Alan 
Margrave, David John 
Marks, Christopher Brady 



McCaw, Keith William 
McConnell, David William 
McConnell, Mark Andrew 
McDermott, Charles David 
McDermott, Richard Snyder 
McEncroe, Linda Carol 
McGaha, Linda Diane 
McGee, Kate Harvey 
McGinty, Diane L. 
McHugh, Paul Leonard 
McManus, Robert Winslow 
McMillan, Marcheta Lee 
McNiff, Sydney Lockhart 
Mehl, Albert Lee 
Meili, Robin Cheryl 
Melrose, Edward Raymond 
Miller, Donald David 
Millian, Kenneth Young Jr. 
Mills, Daniel Rogers 
Mio, Eddie Dario 
Mitchell, James Bernard 
Mitchell, John Paul 
Monteiro, John Manuel 
Moog, Alva Robert 
Moore, Curtis William 
Moore, H. Lowell 
Moore, Mallory Voigt 
Morrison, David Wayne 
Mosco, Harry Anthony 
Moulton, Jeffrey Seymour 
Moulton, Jonathan Spaulding 



29,105,106 

74 

96, 

155 

79 

107,140 

23,24 

83,113 

76 

89,133 

74 

100 

89 

139,144,147 

108 



Muellich, Scott Raydure 
Murphy, John Waite 

Nalen, Katherine Modisette 
Nalley, Reginald Derek 
Nava, Michael Alan 
Naylor, lllana 
Nelson, Donald Arthur 
Nelson, Nancy Elizabeth 
Nevler, Janis Mary 
Nickerson, George Arthur 
Nishimoto, Douglas Dean 



Noah, Nancy Helen 
Norris, Mark Saalfield 
O'Connell, Constance Rose 
O'Malley, Nancy Louise 
Oatman, Peter Adams 
Obletz, Douglas Levi 
Offenbecher, Peter Alan 
Olschner, Thomas Wolfe 
Olson, Lynn Brian 
Ortega, Carlos Joaquin 



94 

108 

83 

113 

75 

31,67,169 

74 

95 

42,44,45,69 

43 

136 

39 

25 

83 

75 

22 

74 

62,156 

57,76 

57,76 

79,95,96 

97,109,133, 

151,162 

96 

58,59 

100,165 

72 

98 

89,96 

52 

76,106 

29,95, 

141 

89 

19 

100 

89 

79 

73,152 

144 

96 

69 

157 



Osmond, Mark William 

Otto, Henry Stuart 
Owens, John Joseph 
Pack, Roger Nelson 
Paddock, Eric Lehnen 
Palazzari, Anthony Aldo 
Pantzer, Kurt Friedrich III 
Parks, Deborah Alice 
Parks, Marzette Ann 
Patrick, Joseph Dean 
Paul, Stephen Robert 
Perry, Kennard Piatt, Jr. 

Perry, Priscilla 

Persen, Malcolm Campbe 

Peters, Eric Landon 
Peterson, Peter Duncan 
Petterson, Bruce William 
Pettine, Kenneth Allen 

Phillippi, Lincoln 
Piper, Steven Harold 
Poltrack, Beverly Jean 
Ponce, Eulalia 
Poole, Bruce Christopher 
Pracht, Richard Joseph 
Prendergast, Alan Robert 
Preuss, Mark Steven 
Prouty, James Richard 
Pullara, Brian Scott 
Raymond, Anan 
Reed, Bruce Arthur 
Reitinger, Russell George 
Rennert, Amy Jane 
Rheindt, Christa Helen 
Rhoades, Barry Kent 
Ribnik, Linda Ruth 
Ridgeway, Thomas Patrick 
Rifkin, Stuart Gary 
Roberts, Stephen Mark 
Robuck, Chalyce Ann 
Rocks, Elizabeth Lee 
Rodriguez, Ronald David 
Romero, Robert Gene 
Rosen, Gregory F. 
Rosenfeld, Jan Ellen 
Rosenthal, Michael Bruce 
Ross, Robert Roland 
Ruegg, George Michael 
Rybak, Michael John 



67,110, 


Sandoval, Richard Allen 


60,61 


135,136,142 


Sandstrom, Lisa Ann 


52 


83 


Sargent, Preston Robert 


157 


79 


Schaefer, Andrew Goodspeed 79 


79 


Schaff, Charles Booth Jr. 


99 


103 


Scherer, Steven Edward 


74 


44 


Schneider, Kirsten Karolyn 95, 


79 




131,147 


89 


Schultz, Richard Carlton 


74 


102 


Schwarzschild, Beverley Rae 141, 


79 




145 


55 


Seeman, Carrie Ann 


73 


98,112,127, 


Severa, Susan Lee 


89 


158 


Severson, Kristen Ann 


89 


121 


Shaw, Kenneth John 


74 


II 25, 


Sheehan, Kathleen Ann 


102,110,131 


30,159,168 


Sherman, Robert James 


97 


152 


Shonk, John Joseph Jr. 


150 


107,157 


Shook, Robert John 


39 


38 


Shultz, Albert West 


165 


83,95, 


Siebert, Thomas McConway 73 


123,126 


Silverman, Craig Alan 


55 


156,157 


Silverman, Joel Frank 22,125,139,150 


136,149 


Simons, Kornel 


39 


74 


Simpson, Fay 


24 


145 


Small, James Michael 


133 


83 


Small, Matthew Joseph 


79 


44,47 


Smith, Deborah 


89,96 


112 


Smith, Gregory James 


120 


37,383 


Smith, Nancy Elizabeth 


74 


67 


Smith, Susan Hoke 


89,135 


76 


Snow, Barbara Lynne 


161 


79 


Soderstrom, Karl Roy 


23 


74 


Soltvedt, Larry Lee 


45,47 


63 


Sorensen, Philip Jon 


125,159 


140 


Sornsin, Steve Mark 


74 


143 


Souza, Suzete 


139,145 


79 


Spence, Rebecca Ann 


29,133,135 


133 


Stampohar, John F. 


42,73 


36,40 


Stang, Frederick William 


83,165 


33,60 


Stanton, David Gilbert 


61 


53 


Stenmark, Suzanne 


105 


137 


Stephens, Jan Elizabeth 


113 


30 


Sternfeld, Michael Kenneth 107 


101 


Stewart, John Wolcott II 


128 


60 


Stidham, George Steven 


122,125 


102,133,168 


Straub, Michael Bracken 


43,83,113 


74 


Sullivan, Kirk Jeffery 


83,113 


83,113 


Supperstein, Scott Michae 


83 


122,125,151 


Swan, Karen Ann 


89 


74 


Swenson, Terrance Kyle 


62,63 


107 


Tachau, Susan McKee 


74,133,165 



Taketa, Kelvin Hisato 113 

Takeuchi, Gary Yukio 165 

Tamarkin, Jonathan David 148 

Tassel, Sandra Jo 148 

Taylor, James Patrick 22 

Thomas, Gregory Scott 83 

Thompson, Marjorie Ellis 89 
Thompson, Morley Punshon Jr. 74 

Tickle, Richard Boyd 79 

Tomlinson, William Charles 141 



Traeger, John William 

Traub, Daniel Joseph 
Troubh, John Brickman 
Truettner, Walter James II 
Turner, Bradford Wyckoff 



83,122, 
152,163 
76,165 
20,96,97,98 
66,79 
38,39, 
102,110 
Twombly, David Boyd 76 

Ungar, Patricia Joan 21 

Van Ert, Heidi 128 

Van Schaack, Gregory Peter 37,83 
Vaughn, James Francis III 135 

Vigil, Kathleen Ann 89 

Vogt, Charles Anthony 108 

Wall, Anthony Joseph 25,99 

Warner, James Francis 33,43 

Warner, Ted Elliott 55 

Weed, Thomas Greenwood 126 

Weeks, Melissa Jane 24 

Weiner, Fred Louis 53 

Weiner, S. Evan 79 

Weisman, Richard Shane 76 

Weiss, Charles Robert 107,110 

Weiss, Steven Ira 74 

Weiss, Wendy Ruth 104 

Wellenbach, Patricia 98 

Welty, Bruce Edward 111 

Welty, Linda S. 89 

West, Philip Henry 76 

White, Robert Arthur 74 

Williams, George Matthews Jr. 74 
Williams, John Hayward 113 

Winder, Bruce Shawn 83 

Witcher, Leslie Ann 100 

Wolman, Karen Dian 101,147 

Woodrich, Paisley Ann 134,143 

Yanker, Peter C. 120 

Yocus, Bonita Faye 120 

Young, Peter Alexander 74 

Zaumseil, Barbara Ellen 129 

Zellerbach, Nancy 89,96,169 

Zoellner, Craig Joseph 62,83 



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Business Manager 
Advertising 
Layout Staff 

Additional Layout 
Photographers 
Additional Photography 



Peter A. Bansen 

Peter A. Bansen 

Peter A. Bansen 

Jan Kensinger 

John and Chrys Fotenos 
Peter A. Bansen 

Lisa Radetsky, Liz Paul 

Peter A. Bansen, Hal Howard, Miffy Maffei 

Jim Vaughn, Patty Wellenbach, 
Greg Van Schaack, Terry Leyden, John Witt 

Cover Photograph Peter A. Bansen 

Company Advisor and the person who really made this whole damn book a 
reality: John Fotenos 













Editor's Comments 



Well, it's all over, I think. The book you are holding, and 
hopefully will cherish along with your memories of 
Colorado College, is less a product of pride than despera- 
tion. The ordeal of putting it together has spanned a full 
year, although it really reached a feverish peak about two 
months ago. I can say very little about this book, other than 
it has no theme, and it is done. At times I had fun with it, at 
others I despaired of ever seeing it in print, but here it is, at 
long last, something to hold on to, and look at from time to 
time. In this book are people, buildings, and good times 
which you may remember many years from now. If you 
don't think much of the book now, put it away and come 
back to it in a few years, it may mean something to you then. 

There are people I owe a lot for all the help that was 
given to me in the making of this book, and there are people 
who I never want to see again. John Fotenos is the advisor 
that Walsworth Publishing Company sent to us, but he 
became much more than that. John is responsible for most 
of the layout of this book, he and his wife Chrys worked 
hours as long as I did this summer to finish the book, and he 
deserves more credit than I for it. Miffy Maffei and Hal 
Howard really helped a lot in the photographic department, 



covering the senior activities. Jan Kensinger did a fabulous 
job with advertising, even though she tended to exagerate 
the amount of money she had made for us from time to 
time. Thanks to Jay Hartwell and David Hendrickson for 
providing comic relief during long nights in the darkroom. 
Special thanks to the CCCA for providing enough money to 
make this book a reality. In the "Thanks but no thanks" 
department, continued from last year, are all of the seniors 
who complained about the lack of senior pictures last year, 
but wouldn't take the time to have their picture taken this 
year. 

Well, that's about it for this year. I hope you like this 
book, we put a lot of time and effort into it, that it might 
reflect the kind of place CC is, and the kind of people that 
work and learn here. Thanks for giving me a chance to be 
part of it, I will miss it. 

Peter A. Bansen 
August 18, 1976 



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